Dolphin - tree view?

Clay Weber claydoh at
Wed Oct 31 01:07:42 UTC 2007

On Tuesday 30 October 2007 5:40:28 pm Derek Broughton wrote:
> Roger Chrisman wrote:
> > On Monday 29 October 2007 10:31:58 pm Michael Hirsch wrote:
> >> My dolphin config didn't even have the "up one level" button on the
> >> toolbar.  At least that was easy to add.
> >
> > An up one button is redundant in Dolphin. That is probably why it is not
> > a default item. The bread crumbs "you are here" line across the top of
> > Dolphin is the one click way back up to wherever -- just click one of the
> > items in the bread crumbs "you are here" line to jump back up to it.
> >
> > Tree view takes up much more space; I don't know any more about that one.
> "much more space" than what?  Tree view in Konqueror is detail view with a
> +/- icon beside directories.  It's a very small use of real estate for a
> hugely useful view.
> I haven't even looked at Dolphin, yet, and nothing I've heard's making me
> want to...
> --
> derek

According to this link,
tree view should be in Dolphin (if its not already there- haven't played with 
kde4 in a bit) so it will be available. I don't think the version in kde3.5 
(actually called D3lphin) will get it, though. 

I like the file manager quite a bit, and from what I see, it will be even 
better in kde4 so I am looking forward to using it.


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